Cuban Americans are divided on immigration policy
- March 14, 2016
- Rubén Rumbaut, sociology Distinguished Professor, is quoted in the Los Angeles Times March 14, 2016
From the LA Times:
Geography, a generational divide, continuous waves of Cuban migration and the passage of time are changing the political landscape of the Cuban American community in Southern California and nationwide, observers say. "It's never been a static thing … the Cuban American community," said Ruben G. Rumbaut, a professor at UC Irvine who has studied the Cuban diaspora for about 50 years. "It's always changing."
For the full story, please visit http://www.latimes.com/local/california/la-me-socal-cuban-americans-20160314-story.html.
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